Onion and Dijon Apple Sauce for Pork

Onion and Dijon Apple Sauce for Pork created by Linky

This would be good on any kind of white-meat pork (chops, tenderloin) but may also be good on chicken.

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  • Carmilize onion in a few tablespoons each olive oil and butter until lightly brown (8-10 minutes).
  • Add celery, cook a few minutes then add Dijon mustard, pepper, and rosemary.
  • Add apples and cook until soft.
  • Finish with stock or broth and simmer until ready to eat.
  • Serve on top pork or chicken.
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"This would be good on any kind of white-meat pork (chops, tenderloin) but may also be good on chicken."

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  1. rachel.kelly
    I started this as per above recipe but then put the pork shoulder steaks, the sauce and about 400ml of rich chicken stock in a slow cooker for several hours. Served with mashed potatoes, chantenay carrots and savoy cabbage - beautiful!
  2. Linky
    This was a most wonderful accompaniment to pork chops! I cooked the chops right in the same pan and the apples, celery and onions cooked down. Made for PAC Spring 2013
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    Onion and Dijon Apple Sauce for Pork Created by Linky
  4. Pamplemoussee
    This would be good on any kind of white-meat pork (chops, tenderloin) but may also be good on chicken.
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